Mr. Robot bows to no one, not even the grandiose Summer Olympics plans of its corporate overlord, NBCUniversal. While USA Network is airing 110.5 hours of programming from Rio—part of 2,084 hours of Summer Olympics coverage on NBCUniversal's 11 networks—USA's signature series, Mr. Robot, won't take a two-week hiatus.
USA Network used to be best known for "blue skies" procedurals. But the network's signature show is now Mr. Robot, its Golden Globe-winning dark drama about a group of hackers (led by Rami Malek and Christian Slater) intent on bringing down one of the world's biggest conglomerates.
In a summer stuffed with more TV options than ever, the most buzzed about show wasn't Orange Is the New Black or True Detective, but Mr. Robot, USA's acclaimed new hacker drama. An antithesis to USA's usual "blue skies" formula, Mr.
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